Archive for March, 2009

Google Slaps.

Thursday, March 19th, 2009

tanja_gompf.jpgEver had a profitable PPC campaign that was suddenly slapped with $15 bids?

This could be Google's manual review team taking a look at your site and deciding its a thin affiliate site. Even though the site may be full of content, it can still risk a chance of getting slapped.

Here're some things you might want to take note off before building a PPC campaign, so you can avoid the same penalty.

– Google prefers the main information to be given freely. Try not to force folks to give you opt ins before giving out information. This is to prevent companies from collecting emails and leads that selling them for profit.

– A 1 page site with no "contact us", "links" to other sites in your niche. This is a thin affiliate site.

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Google Cash Detective Review

Monday, March 9th, 2009

Remember the days of copying your best friends tutorials in school and college and getting As and Bs, that's what Google Cash Detective helps you do.

At this very minute, there're millions of little direct linking campaigns going on all over the internet, and Google Cash Detective was made to uncover these campaigns.

By the way, 2 essential mentions about this tool before you decide to grab the Google Cash Detective discount from here.

-This tool does cost more then its competitors, but it helps to pay a little more for results and performance.

-GCD currently does not support Yahoo and MSN or the Adwords content network, but there're plans to expand the tool features to these areas after the initial launch. So if you're still keen to get in on the ground floor, lets take a look.

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Spytools For PPC Marketing

Saturday, March 7th, 2009

What are PPC spy tools?

These are basically tools that allow you to understand what keywords and ads others are bidding on so that you can make an informed decision whether or not a PPC campaign is profitable.

Are PPC spy tools worth investing in?

Most of the spy tools found in the market I don't use because while some take 30 days to give you results, others crawl keywords and ads that don't give you real time results. By the time you enter the market, the competitor may have left the PPC market for that keyword. In other words, you might be entering a market that is going to lose money. The keyword that we thought was a gold mine, no longer a good keyword.

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PPC Classroom 2.0 – FAQ

Sunday, March 1st, 2009

1. Do I need PPC Classroom to do well in PPC?

To learn PPC on your own requires investment. For the "1st trial and error" phase, you'll need to put down $2000, and test things out. Go through Adwords's guides and be sure to track what keywords don't lead to sales, as well as which negative keywords to include in your campaigns.

2. Is PPC Classroom 2.0 a scam?

PPC Classroom 2.0 is not a scam. Amit knows his work. The tricky part of PPC Classroom 2.0 comes with the Bidding via Cost/Conv. Reason for this is one needs to rely on a merchant to help you do this. Other then that, everything is in your control.

3. How long will it take for me to earn my 1st $1000 with PPC Classroom?

Its entirely up to how much interest you have in affiliate and pay per click marketing. $1000 with PPC isn't difficult. You might spend $500 to earn $1000, so your profit is $500.

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